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Named after an Anglican chapel today the city is known as a liberal and for its vibrant music scene. The Car's Cradle, a music club is located in the city and Chapel Hill is recognized for launching the careers of artists such as James Taylor, and Ben Folds Five. The Morehead Planetarium is a landmark in the city. Built in 1949 it was one of the first planetariums in the country and was used for some Astronaut training during the Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo space programs.

Population: 54492
Local Newspapers: The Chapel Hill News The Independent Weekly
Local Sports Teams: North Carolina Tar Heals
Local Colleges: The University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill

Zip Codes associated with chapel hill, north carolina: 27278 27312 27514 27516
Towns/Cities near chapel hill, north carolina : Durham Cary Raleigh Hillsborough Mebane Graham Pittsboro

Chapel Hill News
New GWTA executive director in waiting

An eastern North Carolina native with 25 years of public transportation experience is positioned to become the next Goldsboro-Wayne Transportation Authority executive director. Don Willis, who most recently worked as operations manager for EZ Rider for the town of Chapel Hill, started Monday as the GWTA assistant to the executive director.

2 Chapel Hill pedestrians killed in two months on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard

Traffic along Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard near Homestead Road in northwest Chapel Hill passes a prominent sign flashing a message in 2014. Traffic along Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard near Homestead Road in northwest Chapel Hill passes a prominent sign flashing a message in 2014.

Whoa s running in the 2018 Orange County elections, and why

A married couple with six children who are running for school board and a former school board member who wants to join the county commissioners are among the candidates filing for this year's Orange County elections. Jessica Aguilar and her husband Hawkeye Aguilar are among five people, including incumbent Brenda Stephens, who want to fill four seats on the Orange County School Board.

Williams confident UNC not a part of FBI probe

North Carolina coach Roy Williams says he is confident the defending national champion Tar Heels weren't part of the FBI's two-year investigation into college basketball bribes and corruption. "I feel very comfortable," Williams told reporters in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

Missing Chapel Hill teenager a " found, police say

At the time, the Chapel Hill Police Department alerted the public that Qu was a 5 foot 11 inch tall Asian male who had last been seen Thursday around 9:00 p.m. near 109 Silver Creek Trail wearing a hoodie, khaki pants and carrying a green and white backpack.

4 men used handgun to steal 15-year-olda s backpack, Cary police charge

Four men in their late teens were arrested at an apartment complex early Sunday evening on charges stemming from what police was said was the armed theft of a backpack from a 15-year-old boy who was walking at a nearby elementary school. Police charged Ryan Russell Garrett, 19, of Cannondale Drive in Chapel Hill and Ulises Dimitri Santos, 19, of Milburn Landing Circle in Garner with robbery with a dangerous weapon.

Teens compete for youth of the year

The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Tar River Region's 2018 Youth of the Year competition will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. March 1 at the Booker T. Washington Theater. The event is free admission.

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A senior at Faith Christian School recently was awarded the title of Distinguished Young Woman of North Carolina and is now working to represent her state at the national competition this summer. Kennedy Miller truly is a distinguished young woman in every sense of the word.

Wadesboro hires interim manager following Sewella s departure

Ray Allen started the job Jan. 26 and was recommended by NFocus Inc., a North Carolina firm specializing in management consulting and provides interim town managers to local governments. Allen, who holds a bachelor's degree in history and political science, as well as a Master of Public Administration degree from UNC-Chapel Hill, served as Albemarle's city manager for 28 years before retiring in 2015.

Launch Chapel Hill

NCCU faculty/student documentary "Nothing but Love in God's Waters" premiere's at the Hayti Heritage Film Festival on Friday, Feb. 16 at 3 p.m. The documentary explores the past and present of Durham's legendary White Rock Baptist Church. Atlantic Emeralda oysters have a unique blue-green color in their gills and a spectacular flavor that can only be described as "fluffy."

Flu epidemic affects N.C. blood supplies

Triangle blood donation centers that supply area hospitals are experiencing a drop in donors as a national flu epidemic is keeping people home. The Blood Connection announced an urgent need for all blood types this week, saying the flu outbreak has cut blood inventories by at least 10 percent.

Superchunk goes to Richmond, and it's ready to take on the system

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Top prosecutor seeks re-election

With a pledge to continue to build partnerships with local law enforcement and fight rampant opioid abuse, District Attorney Robert Evans has filed to run for another term. "It has been my great privilege to serve the citizens of this district and it is my sincere hope that they will see fit to allow me to continue this important and challenging work," Evans said Wednesday in a press release.

All is right with the world when Carolina beats Duke

I was still in the bed last Tuesday morning when my phone rang. I saw it was my middle brother, Brett, on the other end, so I picked it up and before I could even say, "Hello," he asked me if I wanted to go to the Carolina versus Duke game on Thursday, Feb. 8, in the Dean E. Smith Center in Chapel Hill.

These are the restaurants, food halls and beer projects we cana t wait for in 2018.

The Morgan Street Food Hall in Raleigh hoped to open at several points last year, but is now eyeing a summer 2018 unveiling. The project will feature up to 65 vendors, the most of any area food hall.

Learn more about PTA Thrift Shopa s a YouthWorx on Maina at Thursday open house

The modern, brick and metal building sits at a crossroads, its big windows looking out onto Auto Logic across the street, past Akai Hana up toward the Town Commons and Carrboro Town Hall. Renovating the aging Carrboro store and building the coworking space at 117 W. Main St. is why the Thrift Shop hasn't been able to give local PTAs as much money these days.

Bryant to continue as advocate

From the moment Angela Bryant heard the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. deliver his dream speech at a local high school, she knew she would follow in his footsteps.

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